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I don't spend a lot of time in the "profile" part of the board.

Just curious as to significance of the number in the Reputation field.

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I don't spend a lot of time in the "profile" part of the board.

Just curious as to significance of the number in the Reputation field.

I have wondered this same thing. Last time I looked, mine said, "neutral".

Kind of made me feel..........neutral! LOL ! what does it mean? Where does it come from?

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It is of dubious value, but I'll try to explain.

At the bottom right of each post, just above the MultiQuote button, are two round buttons and a square with a number in it. Members can click on the circles. The green one with "+" is positive feedback about the post; the red on with "-" is negative feedback.

The number of times these buttons have been pushed is tracked and creates your "reputation." Initially, you have a zero value, which is "neutral."

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It is of dubious value, but I'll try to explain.

At the bottom right of each post, just above the MultiQuote button, are two round buttons and a square with a number in it. Members can click on the circles. The green one with "+" is positive feedback about the post; the red on with "-" is negative feedback.

The number of times these buttons have been pushed is tracked and creates your "reputation." Initially, you have a zero value, which is "neutral."

Interesting....thanks.

Another of life's great mysteries solved!

Have a good one!

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It is of dubious value, but I'll try to explain.

At the bottom right of each post, just above the MultiQuote button, are two round buttons and a square with a number in it. Members can click on the circles. The green one with "+" is positive feedback about the post; the red on with "-" is negative feedback.

The number of times these buttons have been pushed is tracked and creates your "reputation." Initially, you have a zero value, which is "neutral."

I guess + is similar to the "like" button on facebook.

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It is of dubious value, but I'll try to explain.

At the bottom right of each post, just above the MultiQuote button, are two round buttons and a square with a number in it. Members can click on the circles. The green one with "+" is positive feedback about the post; the red on with "-" is negative feedback.

The number of times these buttons have been pushed is tracked and creates your "reputation." Initially, you have a zero value, which is "neutral."

Thanks for the info! I just gave you positive feedback LOL !

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The number of times these buttons have been pushed is tracked and creates your "reputation." Initially, you have a zero value, which is "neutral."

This has all kinds of possibilities for a joke! :P

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I'm glad to know this. I have hit the + a few times on helpful posts, but I wasn't sure if it did anything. :unsure:

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I'm glad to know this. I have hit the + a few times on helpful posts, but I wasn't sure if it did anything. :unsure:

I'm sure everyone's Reputation will be soaring now!

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